Diesel Locomotive No 1813
Diesel Locomotive No 1813 pulls passenger cars along the Heber Valley Railroad in Utah.
The conductor communicates with the engineer just prior to departure from the station.
Heber Valley Steam Engine
Steam Locomotive undergoing restoration at Heber Valley Railroad in Utah.
Superheater Engine 480
Close up view of the Superheater Engine 480.
Big Al No. 7
Switch Engine Big Al No 7 stands by in Silverton Colorado.
Hands of Time
Green hand prints walk across the rails of an abandoned railroad track.
Coach Cars vs Box Cars
Coach cars and box cars line the tracks in the rail yard at Heber Valley Railroad in Utah.
Water Station grunge
The water station is used to replenish water in the old steam engines.
Letting Off Steam
The old locomotive lets off steam as it crosses the trestle.
The Window Seat
A lovely lake view from the window seat on the Heber Valley Railroad.
Utah Railways Caboose
Utah Railways Caboose along with a line of historic box cars are lined up in front of the Heber Valley Railroad Station.
Passenger Car 3568
Passenger Car 3568 carries passengers along the Heber Valley Railroad.
Lying in Ruins
A line of dilapidated box and rail cars lie in ruins along the edge of the railroad tracks.
Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad
Durango-Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad carries passengers between Durango and Silverton Colorado.
Gone by the Wayside
A line of dilapidated box and rail cars lie in ruins along the edge of the railroad tracks between Durango and Silverton Colorado.
Coming Around the Mountain
The Durango Silverton Narrow Gauge Railroad takes passengers along sheer cliffs and around mountain bends.
Creosote oozes from a railroad tie on an old, abandoned railroad trestle.
The underside of an old, abandoned railroad trestle.
A red hand print is stamped onto a railroad tie that is part of an old, abandoned railroad trestle.
Graffiti art adorns and old, abandoned railroad track.
A bit of scripture is written on an old, abandoned railroad track.
Graffiti on the Trestle Bridge
An abandoned railroad trestle covered with graffiti.
"Not Broke, just bent", is written on the track of an old, abandoned railroad trestle. The phrase has different meaning to different individuals.
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